Baby K just loves our black cat, Emmett. He’s the most laid back cat you’ll ever meet – he actually goes up to her and lets her pull his hair or grab his ears. He’s just happy to get attention from someone! I love watching their sweet relationship grow.
Long story short, but we had mice in our shed. As much as I don’t want mice living in my space, I couldn’t help but think this baby was pretty cute. He or she was also very tame, having been born in the shed, I assume. I think we got rid of them all – humanely, of course. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
This Sumatran tiger is one of the most impressive animals at the Kansas City Zoo – quite the opposite of yesterday’s photo.
My husband’s aunt breeds and shows these dogs, but this weekend was the first time we got to meet a litter of her pups. These sweet girls were only 4 weeks old. I’ll give you 3 guesses on what breed they are, and you may need all 3 – they don’t look anything like the full-grown dogs!
Unlike the majority of my Facebook friends, I don’t have any back to school photos to share with you. (Unless you’d like to see the bulletin boards in my husband’s classroom.) So I pulled out this photo from my two-year-old archives of our pretty cat, Esme. She looks a little older and a little heavier now, but she’s still just as mischievous.
I decided to continue with the cat trend today. Two nights ago we found a cat outside our local community center. Now, I wouldn’t normally bring home a stray cat. But this guy came right up to me and let me pet him, he rubbed up against me, and he followed me all the way to the car. He was declawed and looked like he belonged to someone, but he had no collar, and the closest houses were across a busy intersection. So we (this was a mutual decision between my husband and I) decided to bring him home. He’s been living in our garage for two days, but I can tell by his constant meowing that he’s ready to come inside. If the owner doesn’t respond to our fliers quickly, we may just have a second kitty!
A sweet, rambunctious kitten adopted my parents last week, and I’m beyond excited about it! Toby is so playful and loving – he’s quickly becoming a member of the family. He’s always on the move – so catching a photo of him was a challenge.
Have you ever looked at the facial expressions of an alpaca? They crack me up every time. It seems like I’ve encountered them on every recent vacation I’ve taken, and I never get tired of them. They were used in the Great Smoky Mountains to carry luggage to a hike-in resort, we stayed on an alpaca ranch in Montana when we went visited Glacier National Park, and they were part of Tanganyika‘s petting zoo last weekend.
(Although I’m posting several days worth of photos from Tanganyika, I am in no way getting paid – the opinions are strictly my own.)